Rapper Dr. Dre has lost a trademark battle with real-life doctor Draion Burch, a gynecologist and women's health expert who goes by Dr. Drai, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Georgia, Illinois, and Pennsylvania.
More than two-thirds of respondents to an NEJM Catalyst survey said that clinician burnout has worsened at their organization. Read on to understand why burnout is such a problem—and join us next week to learn best practices to combat burnout at your organization.
FDA on Wednesday announced Mylan's EpiPens—epinephrine auto-injectors that deliver life-saving treatment for allergic reactions—are in short supply in the United States because of manufacturing delays.
Hospitals in monopoly markets have higher prices for health care services than those in more competitive markets—but even within a single hospital, prices may vary significantly for the same procedures, according to an updated paper released Monday.
Even after Midland Memorial Hospital had implemented a series of evidence-based strategies to improve its patient handoffs, more than 20% of handoffs still resulted in missing information—a major concern for patient safety. Here's how officials implemented a six-step program that dramatically improved their handoff performance.
Big changes to Medicare Part B? Government negotiations with drug companies? Or might President Trump "rip up his speech" and surprise his own experts with new proposals? Here's what experts say you should—and shouldn't—expect from today's long-anticipated presidential speech on prescription drug prices.